Madrid (Jan 25, 2019) –
On a tight and technical track at the Caja Magica stadium in Madrid, Cody Webb enjoyed a strong start to his evening by posting the second fastest time in the SuperPole qualification lap. Aiming to add to his overall win from the previous round in Germany, the American rider made a solid start to race one. Following a small mistake that cost him some time, Webb regrouped and worked his way through the field of riders. At the end of the gruelling 10-lap race he crossed the line in third. In the reversed start order race two, Cody got away cleanly and immediately began to chase down the riders ahead. Steadily working his way into the lead at the end of lap four, he remained unchallenged for the reminder of the race to secure a convincing win. With another good start in the third and final heat, Webb moved into second place early on. Riding his way up onto the wheel tracks of race leader Colton Haaker, he began to set himself up for an overtake. Unfortunately, a technical issue on lap four forced Webb to stop and make trackside repairs to resolve his issue. Despite his best efforts to rejoin the race, he wasn't classified as a finisher. Cody ended his night as the overall runner-up.